Partner's area



CITEAIR II partners

Aiparif (Lead partner)

Airparif is the lead agency for the management of air quality for the whole Ile-de-France region, which is also the French capital region. For about thirty years it has developed a strong expertise in air pollution monitoring, emission inventory and modelling systems but also in evaluating action plans, impact assessment of reduction measures, planned or already implemented by local authorities. Public information is another main skill of Airparif, especially web site management and press contact. [More]


ARMAAG Foundation (Agency of Regional Atmosphere Monitoring of Gdansk Agglomeration) was founded in 1993 in Gdańsk as a result of agreement of four cities: Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot, Tczew and also "Nederpol" Company. ARMAAG Foundation is a non-governmental organisation. The main aim of the Foundation is air quality monitoring in the Gdańsk Agglomeration and preparing information about air quality for the public and institutions. Moreover the ARMAAG Foundation takes part in public debates and provides advice on Air Repair Programmes. At the time being there are 10 automatic monitoring stations located in the Tripletown (Gdańsk Agglomeration) area and Tczew. Measurement results are transmitted on-line and presented on ARMAAG website. ARMAAG also presents realtime air quality  indexes, monthly and annual reports, data analyses and air quality  forecast for the next day [More]


The Czech Hydro Meteorological Institute (CHMI) is the Czech Republic's central governmental organization for the fields of ambient air quality, hydrology, water quality, climatology, and meteorology. Within the scope of its activities, the CHMI (i) establishes and operates the monitoring stations and national networks for the atmosphere and hydrosphere monitoring in both qualitative and quantitative terms; (ii) analyses the results of observations, measurements and monitoring , and (iii) creates and maintains databases on the ambient air quality. [More]


DCMR is the Environmental Protection Agency for Greater Rijnmond area which includes the largest harbour in Europe and the associated large industrial area. The region it covers comprises Rotterdam and 15 other municipalities and has 1,2 million inhabitants. DCMR does all licensing and enforcement for spatial and industrial developments on behalf of or in collaboration with the municipalities. In addition, DCMR runs an air quality monitoring network, performs modelling tasks and advises the local authorities e.g. on air quality policy, compliance with the air quality directives, action planning, etc. [More]


EGMASA is responsible for all air quality issues in Andalusia. Among other activities EGMASA manages the air quality- and emission monitoring network in Andalusia, runs dispersion models to predict ozone exceedances, elaborates an annual regional emission inventory, publishes daily an air quality index in several cities of Andalusia and publishes a monthly and annual report with all the information managed. The new line of work is a temporal disaggregation of the emission inventory, to make this tool more appropriate to the model requirements. Egmasa is the co-ordinator of the Emission Inventory National Workgroup due to the big experiences in this area. [More]


INERIS is working in the field of air pollution for about 15 years. The institute ensures technical support to the French Ministry in charge of ecology for environmental and chemical risk issues. In particular, INERIS develops numerical methodologies and provides methodological advises for air quality mapping and forecasting issues. INERIS has also created with other scientific partners and under the aegis of the Ministry in charge of Ecology, the national air quality forecasting and mapping system, PREV'AIR (www.prevair.org). [More]


The department for spatial planning and environmental protection is responsible for the state of the environment and is running an air quality monitoring system in Maribor collecting a wide range of pollutants together with hydro meteorological- and climate parameters. Maribor is also working air quality modelling, sustainable transport and climate change. [More]


Polis is a platform for dialogue & cooperation on transport for European cities and regions and represents 70 European local & regional authorities. It creates opportunities to exchange experience and forge partnerships among members, with the industry and the research community, and to develop innovative solutions. It supports cities and regions to improve the quality of life of citizens through measures for sustainable urban transport. Polis facilitates access to European initiatives & programmes, looking into solutions for urban mobility, including health, environment, traffic management, ITS, safety, social & economic aspects of transport. Polis provides decision-makers with strategic information to improve urban transport, and it advocates the development of an adequate European policy framework to achieve sustainable mobility in cities. [More]


URM - City Development Authority of Prague is responsible for strategic and spatial planning in Prague and participating at strategies for air quality action planning in Prague. Among other activities URM works on emission inventories and emission inventory methodology integrating greenhouse gases, on the implementation of the Air Quality directive and initiatives on climate change. [More]


The REC Country Office Slovenia (REC CO) is a non-partisan, non-advocacy, not-for-profit organisation with a mission to assist in solving environmental problems. The centre fulfils this mission by promoting cooperation among non-governmental organisations, national, regional and local governments, businesses and other environmental stakeholders, and by supporting the free exchange of information and public participation in environmental decision-making. [More]

Rome mobility agency

The Rome mobility agency of the municipality of Rome deeply involved in developing sustainable mobility policies aimed at reducing the impact of traffic congestion on air quality and climate change and implementing strategic and tactical measures and monitoring their effectiveness. Relevant policies that are providing the most tangible impacts are: the implementation of Traffic Access Restriction Policies and Clean Zones in the inner City and in the so-called Rail-Ring, with the support of innovative Info Mobility Services, the commitment of the City in guaranteeing that the Public Transport Fleet comprising 2.700 buses is complying always with the most advanced EURO standards in force and the voluntary commitment of the City of Rome in complying with the Kyoto Protocol standards. [More]

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